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Excuse that I'm not writing in Italian. I've just published in my website a tiny account of the USV flight and also a few pictures. Considering the interest of this forum on the subject I guess you may want to visit it. Thank you so much.Best regardsLuis Eduardo PachecoStratoCat - (english version: http://stratocat.com.ar/indexe.html)Historical recopilation project on the use of stratospheric balloons in the scientific research, the military field and the aerospace activity.
Congratulazione a tutto il team del CIRA per il primo test di USV riuscito anche se dobbiamo ammettere che dal punto di vista "pubblico" si meritano almeno un 3....!!!
Welcome aboard Luis.I was wondering...maybe an international section of the forum, with English as a primary language, might be of interest for many people.Of course, the main forum is, and should remain, italian speaking, because I know it's hard for someone who doesn't speak english to find informations about aerospace-related topics in italian, and this is one of the few sources italians can rely on.But still, the most interesting topics that will appear on the forum might be translated by generous people in the forum, and posted in the international section. I guess foreign visitors will appreciate that.What do you think of that, Luis?And Marco? Of course you've got the final word.E gli altri che ne pensano?(And in case you're wondering, no, I'm not planning on doing an english version of the Podcast But Italians, stay tuned for the number one.)
Anyway, we do have a specific forum in order to permit our foreign guests to insert their messages in english, and receive answers in the same language. International Guests forum
Mi associo al Benvenuto per l'amico Luis! Scrive in Inglese? Nessuno è perfetto! Udite udite...in giornata vi posto qualcosa in arrivo da Sigonella.... circa l'attività di pattugliamento di un Atlantic del 41° Stormo nell'ambito del lancio e recupero dell'USV!
StratoCat - (english version: http://stratocat.com.ar/indexe.html)Historical recopilation project on the use of stratospheric balloons in the scientific research, the military field and the aerospace activity.
Speaking of Argentina, balloons, and space, you may want to check this page on the Argentinan balloon launch base for the 1970s French/US/Argentinan Eole projecthttp://homepage.mac.com/mbtc/sl/eolesite/ballons/ballonsStations/neuquen/Sommaire1.html